The Labour leader branded himself an “international sex symbol” and poked fun at Gordon Brown, Richard Desmond and the Mail on Sunday.
Conservative MPs are sent an email every Wednesday morning encouraging them to ask “friendly” questions, a new BBC documentary reveals.
The Conservatives’ latest poster shows Ed Miliband standing outside Number 10 with Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams and former SNP leader Alex Salmond.
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Poetweet is a fun tool that scans your tweets and turns them into poems. Applying it to politicians provides a light-hearted snapshot of their recurrent themes.
The caller claimed to be GCHQ’s director, Robert Hannigan. The prime minister ended the call after a “brief” conversation.
People were already unhappy about the government’s decision to fly flags at half-mast following the death of the late Saudi King Abdullah.
The prime minister last week refused to take part unless the Greens were involved. Now they are.
The chief whip accidentally interrupted a cabinet meeting by playing the singer’s latest music. The prime minister was not impressed.
If the British Prime Minister visits Washington and nobody notices, did it really even happen?
The White House released a bilateral factsheet on cybersecurity that fails to make any mention of weakening encryption.
She was dubbed Salmond’s “happiness guru” during the independence referendum. Now she’s told BuzzFeed News who she thinks would win the proposed television debates.
Some 29 Conservatives have written about their humble roots in a bid to play down the party’s posh image and win over voters. But that’s still less than 10% of its 303 MPs.
Ed Miliband made the pledge at an event at Sheffield Hallam University.
They’re very keen to share their thoughts with the Labour leader.
The papers are reporting an “A&E crisis” in Britain’s hospital wings. But what do doctors say?
After all the other main party leaders have taken part.
The prime minister couldn’t be persuaded to take part in any singing. He felt there was no other way to see in the new year, according to The Sun.
The prime minister took part in the Great Brook Run in Oxfordshire on Monday. He finished in 64th place.
A look back at the many, many times politicians have been ridiculous this year.
There was so much to mock this year. Private Eye did not let us down.
Great Grimsby has been a safe Labour seat for decades but UKIP now views it as its most favourable northern constituency. Next year all the parties have to convince voters that they can make a difference. And UKIP has to prove it won’t “mess things up”.
Alan Cochrane has revealed he gave the prime minister advice as the pair shared a “moderately priced burgundy”.
Britain’s coalition parties are fighting to take the credit over the same road upgrade programme.
About time the prime minister got into the Movember spirit.
EU jobseekers will need to have a job before they can come to the UK, they won’t get “in-work benefits” for four years, and it will be harder for EU nationals to bring their partners to the UK. If the Conservatives win a majority at the general election, that is.
Johnson, the sister of London mayor Boris, claims she was hacked. The tweet has since been deleted.
The approach was “dangerous from a civil liberties point of view,” the director of the Open Rights Group Jim Killock told BuzzFeed News.
Twitter users made #CameronMustGo a viral topic, saying his government had failed to deliver on promises and cuts had affected the poorest in the country.
“No. No, I don’t, absolutely not.”